Kabuleta, who was scheduled to hold his campaign rally at Masindi Booma grounds in Masindi town on Sunday, was received by hundreds of his supporters including Boda-Boda riders who met him at Kijura trading center, about 1 km away from Masindi town.
Nyakahuma reveals that all those who will not have handed over office items to the newly elected leaders by Friday this week will be holding them illegally and will be arrested and prosecuted in the courts of law.
Businge was declared winner of the hotly contested race by the Masindi district Returning Officer Ibrahim Kizindo after securing 6,784 votes to beat the incumbent independent candidate Joshua Amanyire who had 6,138 votes. National Resistance Movement party candidate Ronald Kyomuhendo got 5,694 votes.
Abdullah Musobya Kiganda, the Masindi district Chief Administrative Officer, has banned civil servants against making political statements or declaring their intentions to contest for various political offices in the 2016 general elections saying that it is against the law.